|Transcription of the Fayette Co.
will (probated in Spalding Co. GA) dated 24 JUN 1851 of Benjamin Starr
plus the inventory of his estate taken 10 MAR 1852.
||Discussion of Benjamin Starr and
his wife, Charlotte (Pinkston) and their children. Same text as appears
on the Inman, GA Church website.
|Transcription of microfilmed
notes of Frances Brinton (LDS #000362) on Henry Starr line.
|List of Montgomery Co. MD
neighbors of Henry Starr as found in Revolutionary
Records of Maryland by Brumbag and Hodges..
||List of Wilkes Co. GA neighbors of Henry Starr in Capt.
Joseph Morrow's 1794 tax list.
||All STARRs on GA headright and
bounty land grants.
||Discussion of what was known
about Henry and Mary ( ) Starr of Maryland and Wilkes Co., then Morgan
Co. GA. This is the same text as appears on the Inman, GA Church
||First page of the original (!)
will that Henry Starr signed by mark in 1818, found filed in a box of
probate records in the Morgan County Court House Archives. To continue reading, click here, and
then click on this link for the last
||John Henry (1812 - 1875) stone
in the middle; his wfie Mary (Elder) (1814 - 1864) is darker stone to
left of photo and his second wife, Ellen (Ogletree) is to the right of
||Transcription of Spalding Co. GA
will and inventory of John Henry Starr (1812 - 1875).
||Discussion of the Rev. Joshua
Starr and his descendants as appears on the Inman, GA Church webpage.
||Thanks to Norma Starr for
sharing this three page file showing the 1788 land grant of 200 acres
to Henry Starr and the recording of it and the 350 acre tract in the
Wilkes Co. GA books.
||About 1899. As written on the
back of the photo, left to rightk: Dolphus Tucker (Papa's cousin), Ed
Elder (distant cousin), ___ Malair [Melear], Harry Starr, Jack Moore.
||Transcription of the Lancaster
County, PA will of Henry Stehr, dated 17 January 1780 and probated 15
April 1782. This German Stehr line has no known connection to Henry
Starr of Wilkes County, GA.
||The will of John Star of Manahan
Township, Lancaster Co., PA dated January 6, 1749 was transcribed by
Dan Claypool in September 2004. John's son, Moses, appears to be the
the same person as Moses Starr on the tax lists of Hardy Co., VA (now W
VA) in the 1790s.
||Transcription of representative
sampling of Wilkes County, Georgia STARR grantor/grantee deeds by Linda
Sparks Starr, March 2005
||Transcription of Montgomery Co.
MD deed for tract called "Blazing Starr" and other info on William
Starr, the only STARR found in mid-1700 Maryland records.